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Univ. of Michigan Adds Gender-Neutral 'Ze' to Pronoun List Used to Identify Students Who Reject 'He, She'

The University of Michigan is implementing a choose your own pronouns policy, having formed a so-called Pronoun Committee consisting of university staff from several campuses who've agreed to use gender-neutral words to identify students who don't want to be identified as either male or female.
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